„Latest Updates about Tenecteplase vs. Alteplase”Webinar”

Dr. Vojtech Novotny from the European Stroke Association recently gave all participants of the Online Lecture Series a great insight in the latest developments in stroke treatment involving the use of Tenecteplase and Alteplase. He explained that some of the desirable characteristics of all thrombolytic agents include an extended half-life to prevent re-thrombosis, resistance to […]

Nepals Stroke Awareness Campaign

This past Wednesday, Dr. Deidre de Silva, global leader of the WSO Stroke Awareness Campaign, participated in our Webinar Series with a presentation on the new World Stroke Campaign and the importance of stroke awareness. Dr. Deidre de Silva emphasized that stroke is often underestimated and overlooked as a health concern, particularly in lower-income countries […]

Train the Trainer Training in Germany

by Dr Mahesh Raj Ghimire, Nepal It was almost 8pm on 2nd July, we reached on our destination hotel “Atrium” at Mainz, Germany. Arrangements were superb, the welcome dinner was delicious. While having dinner, my mind was imagining of the training that is going to be held on next day. So, I was little anxious […]

Neurointervention in stroke care

On Wednesday, we had the privilege of hosting Dr. Satish Kumar Bajaj from the Niels Stensen Kliniken Osnabrück, who gave a presentation on “Neurointervention in stroke care.” The event drew over 25 attendees, who actively participated in the discussion following the lecture. Dr. Satish started his lecture by tracing the evolution of stroke management, highlighting […]

Stroke education

In the last two weeks, the neurological and emergency care community of Nepal faced to remarkable events: The NeuroCon in Kathmandu, organized by the UDM – NINAS Hospital, and Manipal’s first symposium on ischemic stroke in Pokhara.  There are individuals who stand out for their exceptional expertise and ability to inspire others. Dr. Ashim Subedi […]

Webinar: The Brazilian Experience

In the latest online lecture, Dr. Leonardo A. Carbonera from the WSO provided us with a valuable opportunity to learn about “The Brazilian Experience” in stroke care. Stroke is the leading cause of death and disability in Brazil, with over 400,000 new cases occurring each year. To prevent severe consequences, it is crucial to ensure […]

The Nepal Stroke Project Has Gone Public!

Kathmandu is buzzing with enthusiasm as the Nepal Stroke Project launches its latest initiative to raise public awareness about stroke. Spread across five different sites in the city, including Gaushala, Sudhara, Koteshwor, Naxal Nagpokhari, and Kamaladi, this project aims to educate individuals in both English and Nepali languages through captivating videos. The focus of these […]

Angels’ initiatives around the world

The past Wednesday, Jan van der Merwe, project lead of the Angels Initiative, gave a great presentation about the Angels activities worldwide and the impact it has on stroke care. The Angels Initiative is a global program dedicated to improve stroke care and reduce the burden of stroke on society. Their goal is to make […]

Basics of stroke outcome research

This past Wednesday we had the chance to get a great overview on stroke research and important advances in stroke care by Professor Christoph Gumbinger from the University Hospital Heidelberg. About 40 participants of the lecture were given an insight in the research that has been done on the efficiency of stroke care and stroke […]

Exploring New Software Solutions for Stroke Care in Nepal: Insights from mbits CEO Visit

MBits and NSP - CEO Ingmar Gergel, Dr. Christine Tunkl and Patrick Tunkl in Province 1, Nepal

Namaste to our valued supporters at Nepal Stroke Projekt (NSP)! We are excited to share that Ingmar Gergel, CEO of mbits imaging, recently visited Nepal in collaboration with Dr. Christine Tunkl and Patrick Tunkl from NSP to explore new software solutions for stroke care. mbits imaging, a leading medical imaging software company, is already well-established […]

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